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. steve brown is live in ames with some recap. good morning to you, steven. there was a lot going on there, wasn't there? >> there was a bunch. steve, gretchen, clayton, all good morning. gretchen, got to ask you, what's up with the candidates from your home state? i thought minnesota nice was a law if your state. last night, it was revoked obviously and it had michelle bachmann and tim pawlenty spending much of the evening going at each other. here is yet one small example of that exchange. have a listen. >> she says that she's fighting for these things. she fought for less government spending. we got a lot more. she led the effort against obama care. we got obama care. she led the effort against tarp. we got tarp. she said she's got a titanium spine, it's not her spine we're worried about, it's her record of results. if that's your view of effective leadership with results, please stop because you're killing us. >> wait. >> you were governor in minnesota, you implemented cap and trade in our state. and you praised the unconstitutional individual mandates and you called for requiring a
three years ago. tonight, correspondent steve brown looks at what has changed for president since then. and what has not. >> iowa launched barack obama. he won the democratic caucuse caucuses, brbreezed to take the state in the general election. >> obama for america. >> looking ahead to 2012. >> at the end of the day, the field organization wins these things. it always is. it always has been. it always will be. >> the ace up the president's sleeve in iowa is organization. the huge crowds of three years ago were the result of a large and deep operation, much of which still exist. plus. >> we still got the 35,000 vote edge over the republicans. >> but that's down substantially from the 110,000 register voter edge democrats had in 2008. >> that is putting a chill down the side of david axelrod and the gang in chicago. iowa is competitive territory. >> on the marquee campaign issue of jobs, iowa unemployment is 6%, lower than the national average of 9.1%. the state lost over 21,000 manufacturerring job since the 2008 election. that economic unease was a factor in the 2010 gubernatorial rac
newschannel debate in ames, iowa, ahead of the straw poll that's going to happen this weekend. steve brown is on the campus of iowa state university, bright and early this morning, you're on central time, steve. welcome and good morning. >> we are. >> good morning and go cyclones! good morning, gretchen, steve, peter, you need an actual a full inhale before you say the name of tonight's debate is the fox news washington examiner republican party of iowa republican candidates debate. and that takes a full breath but if you're going to take a look at the combatants in this particular debate, let's talk about first the arguably the candidate that has been most in the move in the polls and that would be michelle bachmann. you could argue that based on her performances in the two nationally televised debates so far, that has helped propel michelle bachmann up into the top tier of the presidential candidates for the g.o.p. now, it is interesting in that we've got to debate and then we've got an actual measurable event coming up on saturday which is the straw poll and the chairman of the state p
bit about steve jobs as well. huge news. he put out a letter announcing his resignation. it's hard to overstate the impact this guy has had on computing and music. he changed the music business. on film with pixar, on marketing, on retail experience. this guy is a giant in american history. >> no, i think that, you know, we use the term giant too loosely. there's clearly giants and then there's giants. i think he falls in the real giant category because he impacted american culture and world culture. what he did, the technology and as you say music, it transformed how we deal with information. it transformed culture at so many different levels. he changed the face of the earth in how people relate to each other. he will go down in history as a real, real giant and deservingly so. >> he said in a statement, if there was a time i could no longer meet my duties i would be the first to let you know. unfortunately, that day has come. s.e., he touched every part of our lives. >> i think when we all heard he had pancreatic cancer, we saw the writing on the walls. we knew this day would co
agreement. >> joining me now is cnbc senior economic reporter steve liesman and jarod burnstein, former chief economist to vice president biden. good morning. steve, the immediate worries people need to have when they hear about this and they're coming back after a weekend off and hearing the news this monday morning. what does the downgrade mean for the american people right now? >> i think it means go back on vacation. it's certainly a better place than what's happening right now on wall street. skip the good and bad and go right to the ugly. we're down, you showed the numbers, i'll give you percentages, between 3% and 4% all the way up to the nasdaq. essentially, i think the concerns are what happens to your stock portfolios. there's another concern that's a little more controversial about interest rates. when you look at what's happened to u.s. government debt, remember, that's the thing that was downgraded. those yields have fallen. interest rates have declined there as you have essentially a flight to safety. so, despite the s&p downgrade, the united states debt is still seen as a
out for the good sound bite. conspondant steve brown as the blow by bloww. [applause] >>reporter: less than two days before the iowa straw poll bachmann and pawlenty went at it. >> it is an unkiss putable fact in congress her record of accomplishments and results are nonexistent. >> when you were governor in minnesota you implemented cap and trade. >> she fought for less government spen we got more. led the effort against obama care and we got it. led the effort against tarp. >> i gave them a run for the money. cap and trade, i was there giving speaker pelosi a run for her money. >> those were far from the debate fireworks. gingrich bristled if his campaign was a mess. >> i would love to see the rest of tonight's debate asking us what what to do about america about a president who failed to lead instead of mickey mouse gangs. >> he got buzz including blogers most of which called gingrich a winner and helped himself. but the sentiment was not unanimous . one said he shot himself in the foot . pros sanction candidate got into it with ron paul. >> iran is a counselry that is at war with u
-mail me at contessa@msnbc.com. >>> for the first time in ten years, steve jobs is not running apple. the game changing company he helped launch 30 years ago. jobs has been on medical since february. now he's sent a letter of resignation to the board of directors, entering an unparalleled area in the tech world. 1977, he ushered in the personal computer generation with the apple 2. '84, a break through with the macintosh. he got pushed out in '85 only to return in '97 and save the company from bankruptcy. 1998, we got the i mac. then came the ipod, the iphone, and the ipad, which set the bar very high for the rest of the world. nice job keeping up with me, guys, over there. i'm joined by rick newman, chief business correspondent for "u.s. news and world report." jobs is going to remain as the chairman but considering significant health problems, his battle with pancreatic cancer, a liver transplant. if he continues to suffer the ill effects of bad health, how effective can he be, even in the chairman role? >> i think a lot of people are asking that question now. some people say steve
a crowd here. let's bring in our panel. steve hayes . karen. national political correspondant for the washington post and jeff with the new york times. they are all up the road in ames and we are here in the iowitate fair. teave, first to you. thoughts about the debate and how it affects the brand picture and this race? >> i thought it was a good debate and lots of interesting exchanges and revealed what the candidate hope to do with the debate going into the straw poll. tim pawlenty takog michelle bachmann and she returned fire. rick sanatorium expressing himself . newt gingrich to arise from the slumber that he's been in . i think you have a bunch of candidates doing a lott of things and giving an energiic push going into the traw poll. what you didn't have is much much a vision. there was not a big moment for any of the candidates where voters sitting at home would say yes, that is my guy or woman. this is why i am a conservative or a republican. nothing that expressed a broader vision of republican governorinance in the way republicans are hungaring for. >> karen, your tho
'll call the straw poll. they say it's a circus, looks like fun. steve brown is there live in ames and we've got to ask you, steve. what have you sampled? it's a political carnival. the only place i can think of where you can sign a wind blade from one of the huge wind turbines, energy generating turbines. and that's here and folks that generate electricity make the turbines, want to tell folks, hey, we would like the attention of voters as well. this is the line to get into the beef sundays offered by the michele bachmann campaign. some of them have been in line 45 minutes and that's an indication of not only perhaps how good the sundae is about you how big the draw in her particular tent. by the way, is air conditioned. that's an air conditioned tent up over that way. michele bachmann is in line to be a traditional winner. at least a favorite to come out on top in terms of the vote total when all of these folks get done voting by the end of the day and the polls close at four o'clock central time and that will be five o'clock eastern. but rick santorum also has an opportunity to win and
street journal and editor. dan, and columnist mary ogradey and steve moore. mary annie, are we headed for another recession? >> i wish i knew. on the one side, you have a lot of talk about what glate shape corporate balance sheets are in. but the national fed federation of business. >> that is the small businesses. >> it declined for the fifth month in a row and 10 percent of the small business owners said that only 10 percent expected an increase in employment and 11 percent said they expected to have fewer workers over the next 3months. small business is such a key to the health of the economy that if the small business sector is so negative, it is not a good sign about the health of the recovery. >> steve comparison with 2008, are all over the place. are we better or worse off going into thoo recession? >> i don't think it is 2008 again. i believe what is happening with the u.s. economy is a repudiation of obama nomics. virtually everything that obama has done with the respect to the economy is negative in my opinion and led to more unemployment. this is a repudiation of the econom
. >>> and steve jobs steps down as the head of apple. a visionary for decades who turned his company into the most valuable in the world. what's the impact of his resignation? >>> it's thursday, august 25th, 2011, and this is "the daily rundown." i'm chris cillizza in for chuck todd. >>> also this morning, we have new poll numbers that show rick perry way out in front. and that jon huntsman factor, what's behind the unexpected moves by the former utah governor. >>> but we begin with the monster storm that is bearing down on the east coast. hurricane irene is packing winds of 115 miles per hour and it could spell big trouble for the mid-atlantic and new england. nbc meteorologist bill karins joins us now. bill, where is this storm heading? >> it's heading right for eastern north carolina. that's the first stop. good morning to you, chris, and everyone else. if you're just joining us what has changed from last night is that it no longer appears that the storm has any chance of harmlessly going out to sea. we'll get hit on the east coast, the only question is what will the intensity of irene be and t
it to steve to see in these conditions will hang with us for a while. >> yeah. at least for the morning hours. if you do not have fog, it's cool out. temperatures in the 50s and low clouds and fog, that is just the pattern so far this year. lows are starting off in the 50s or low 60s and no doubt about it, west winds or west southwest wind. cloudy and around noon, fog or sun, we will see it burning back to the coast. and sunny and breezy and temperatures below average especially inland. a lot of 50s here and low 60ss and there's a good sea -- low 60s and there's a good sea breeze. a system in northern california picked up storm activity. right there. that moves out. and left behind, drizzle. windy at times, 50s, 60s and 70s or low 80s. these are areas and locations inland that are supposed to be close to 90. fog, sun and breezy and we will continue it toward the middle and end of the week that we will see warmer inland temperatures. >>> two formerly conjoined twins are celebrating a milestone this weekend. they celebrated their 10th birthday yesterday. they were joined at the head. their stor
and steve hayes from the weekly standard. let me take you behind the scenes. we had to pretape that interview with michelle bachmann and while it was running we found out big new campaign and that is tim pawlenty former governor of minnesota and a serious contender has decided to drop out of the campaign. he pent more than 45 days in iowa and hundred campaign appearances and finished a weak third in the iowa straw poll and in lesss than 12 hours he's out. bret, are you surprised? >> no, they put their eggs in the ames straw poll basket. because of apes, there was not enough fuel in the car to keep going down the road. i saw governor pawlenty huddled with his advisors. it was not a happy moment for them. i didn't want to go up and interrupt and ask them questions, but they came to the conclusion they couldn't go back to donors and say this is a reality. after that showing and he got fewer votes than sam brown bag now kansas governor did when he dropped out four and half years ago. it was a tough day for governor pawlenty. >> chairman strawn, pawlenty, we thought he had the big b
man who carries a lot of weight with these voters isn't on my ballot, but he is on the radio. steve brown says he has a knack for heating things up. >> all right. finish the sentence for me 'cause we have heard this a million times. it's not ron paul i don't like. it's ron paul's supporters. >> supporters. >> the des moines register calls him a conservative blow torch. >> the problem pawlenty has is he didn't stand up to the high school quarterback and now he's picking on the captain of the cheerleading squad. >> now he's back on the radio air waves and that's bad news for the republican presidential field. >> what i want to do this time is traumatize pretty much all of them. >> he's part of a new iowa breed of republican activists. >> there is a new crop of evangelical conservatives who are unbending, uncompromising, and are tired of being told one thing when another thing happens and he is the mouthpiece of that movement. >> tim has seen when that mouthpiece can do. he worked for mitt romney's 08 iowa campaign and dace detests romney. >> with mitt romney, he has no record on any i
. >> i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. let's say good morning to tony perkins with the latest on the weather for us. it was definitely a drencher yesterday. >> yeah, depending on where you were, it certainly was yesterday afternoon and yesterday evening. that rain has moved out. we could see more rain develop here across the region later on today so you want to be aware of that. take the umbrella with you. let's check the current airport temperatures. steve is right, a little bit cooler behind the rainfall. temperatures in the 60s this morning. 69 at reagan national. 67 at dulles. because of the rain, there is a coastal flood advisory in effect for much of the region, all the counties you see this in blue. but what you want to be aware of is that coastal flood advisory in effect until noon for the tidal potomac and for the we were shore of the chesapeake bay with the winds blowing and the possibility of some more precipitation we could see highs about a foot higher than normal. here is a look at the latest satellite-radar. nothing happeni
, steve. >>> it is 7:11. it's a controversy and a race for the white house. why some supporters of michele bachmann are furious about this picture of her on the magazine cover. >>> and also three siblings on the run. the crime spree they are accused of and where they may be now. >>> who paid to have a plane fly a banner over wall street with a critical message and why the original plan for this had to be changed? it's a ton of food: 8 of my new mini pancakes, hash brown sticks, scrambled eggs, plus bacon or sausage, all for only $2.99. it's just the kind of breakfast hardworking guys like you need. ...yeah. they're here! ladies, you have the right to remain sexy... >>> taking a live look, they have given up almost all the gains that they had yesterday because more concerns, which is, you know, they fear about the economy and high levels of public debt. f this is just a classic battle. and they are winning right now. they are currently down at 393. nasdaq is down 83 and the s&p down about 38. all down about 3.5%. we'll be keeping an eye on the mart for you all morning long. now at 7:15, pre
is causing fear in the markets. for more, we're joined by steve moore of the "wall street journal," joining us by phone. steve, there's been a lot said about the health of banks, particularly in europe, -- in europe, and that is involved with what's happening in the markets now. what can you tell us about that? >> i'm getting motion sickness with this stock market over the last week! i was one of those people that has talked about last week that bought on a dip so i'm not feeling so good about things today, but you know, i think one of the major triggers for the selloff today was the european banks, this crisis of debt in europe is not subsiding, there's a real concern now that germany may have to come in and essentially bail out the european central bank. so there is real panic with respect to the banks in europe, and what's happening, jenna, if you look at the market today, what's really getting creamed is american banks, as this kind of contagion and virus seems to be spreading to these shores. jenna: and so what is the takeaway for us, steve? because you look back in 2008, i mean, we we
day? we take an early look at the markets as we get up in your business this morning. steve sedgwick is live in london this morning. inside the most recent fed meeting what can we expect from this meeting? >> the u.s. futures for the dow which had a great rally over the last five or six sessions is taking it further away from what is near flat line performance for the year as of yesterday's close. we want to know just what the fomc is thinking, is there more quantitative easing during qe3 and how bad did they assess the state of the economy. the consumer confidence comes out hot on the heels of the best consumer spending figures we saw yesterday for around five months but it was across the board a really good rally yesterday the dow rallying over 200 points, not only on that consumer spending figure but also on the fact that hurricane irene was less damaging to a lot of metropolitan areas than many had feared and as such the insurers of travelers and the rest of the financial sector also had a very good run but a lot of expectation about the fomc and the confidence figure. >> steve t
republican party and steve hayes from the weekly standard. let me take you behind the scenes a little bit. we had to pretape the interview with michele bachmann about an hour ago and while it was running we found out some big news in this campaign and that is that tim pawlenty, the former governor of minnesota a guy who was a serious contender when the race started has decided to drop out of the campaign. he spent more than 4 45 days in iowa. more than 100 campaign appearances. finished a weak third in the iowa straw poll and within 12 hours he is out. bret, surprised? >> no, they put a lot of their eggs in the ames straw poll basket and this morning i'm told he said that because of ames there was not enough fuel in the car to keep going down the road. i saw governor pawlenty at the hotel this morning huddled with his advisors. it was a not a happy moment for them. i didn't want to go up and interrupt and ask questions. but i think they came to the conclusion that they couldn't go back to their donors and say this is a reality. after that showing, and he got fewer votes than sam brownback did
on the campus of iowa state university. coming up. steve king who has been a part of a few straww poles himself. how do you do it and stay with us. ♪ >> mike: we are back. congressman teave king is not only a congressman from iowa he is a rock star in this state and a go to guy. people want your advice and every candidate wants your endorsement . have you endorsed anyone in the race? >> i am going to get past labor day and we have an event in south carolina. this certainly has impact today. >> mike: you have been in iowa all of your life and seen straw polls. why should someone living outside of iowa care. >> it is linked to the first nation caucus. you know mike, it is retail politics and a measure of a person's character and authtesity and the issues in the agenda and stamina and all things that embody a great president. if we lose the first in the nation caucus. the person with deep pockets would buy media image and we would not be able to see them unless they had a lot of money. >> mike: chip is the campaign manager from my campaign and i know him. >> we didn't win, governor. >> mike: we
in the panel about this. steve hayes, senior writer for "weekly standard." juan williams, columnist with the hill. and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. what about this action, charles? >> i thought the late-day rally that we saw probably started around 3:00, when the president would not address the country, cheering and thrown in the air. general international exuberance. that is an attempt at satire. trying to get a chuckle. >> bret: i figured i'd let you go. >> you have to explain yourself, it's -- >> bret: the crickets were chirping. okay. >> i guess i wasn't cut out for that. the real story is what happened around 2:00. the man who really runs america, chairman of the federal reserve said for two years, keep interest rates low. normally, the chairman will say words like indefinitely, or for a while. they'll use the obscure words. but he was extremely specific. this is a contrast from the predecessor. he spoke in language that was so opaque and obscure you think you were listening to distinct himalayandy lecht. this ilecht -- himalayan dialect. he said two years so at a
as she is on the edges of it. >> greta: fox news alert. apple's sew steve jobs is stepping down. -- crowe steve jobs stepping down. in 2004 jobs was diagnosed with a fair form of pancreatic cancer in 2009 he underwent a liver transplant this past january he took a medical leave. who will fill his giant shoes? chief operating officer tim cook. jobs will still be active as chairman of the board. >> straight ahead, chaos is seizing libya, four journalists kidnapped. their driver executed. >> who has control of libya's stockpile of mustard gas, sarin gas and where is gadhafi? we take you there live, next. >> governor rick perry has news. we'll tell with you what he just did. >> the u.s. just shutdown is 30-year-old space shuttle program. wait until you see what russia is doing this is unleave able. ♪ ♪ i'd do anything for you dear ♪ anytng cause you mean everything to me ♪ ♪ i'd know that i'd go anywhere ♪ ♪ for your smile ♪ anywhere ♪ yes i'd do anything ♪ anything for you ♪ a living, breathing intelligence that's helpi drive the future of business. in here, inventory c
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to capture or kill him. meanwhile, there is ferocious fighting in the capital tonight. steve harrigan is live in tripoli where it's just after milmidnight. good morning. >> with much of the city in rebel's hands the shift has gone to hunt for colonel gaddafi. the british defense officials confirm that the nato access are used to aid the libyan rebels in the hunt for muammar gaddafi. unconfirmed reports said gaddafi was surrounded in a series of apartment buildings in tripoli. loyalist spokesman denied the claims saying that the colonel was alive and well, but not saying where. in an audiotape, gaddafi called the rebels rats and called on followers to march on tripoli and purify the city. meantime, several pockets of fighting and victory celebrations continue side-by side-by-side. thigh arrive in homemade vehicles and weapons. they have rocket launchers and antiaircraft guns. they enjoy the show. some cover their ears. but the message express with guns, cars and anything at hand is clear. we have won the war. >> this is a dictator. we finished. we finish all of the dictator now. this is the la
, mark halprin and economic analyst steve rat ner. thank you for changing your plans. in washington, pat bu can nan is joining us. willie is on his way in. so much to talk about. >> saturday morning, when we talked about this later at my daughter's birthday party. both of us looked at the horrifying news of saturday morning coming out of afghanistan. coupled with the sp downgrade. as a young girl, back in 1979 when so many things were hitting at one time. it was, i really can't think of another time in my lifetime where i woke up and saw a couple things hitting like that and i don't want to say questioned america's place in the world but certainly thought we lost our way. >> a bleak feeling. we are going to talk about the unspeakable loss in afghanistan coming up and why, when and when it will become a central part of the political conversation when we talk about campaigns. when it will be front and center of the issue. i don't know when but i'm hoping soon. >> you, let's talk for a second about 1979. if you said, when you read the papers that morning that you had this -- it almost took
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